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With one in two Aussies now living in Telstra's 5G coverage footprint, Telstra says this progress shows it is on track to "expand coverage to 75% of the population by the middle of the year" as it adds thousands of 5G devices to its network every week.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Wednesday, 13 January 2021 15:51

Cool things on display at CES 2021

Phones with scrolling screens, home robots, UV-C office and classroom disinfection bots, giant 4K and 8K TVs, glasses that project a giant display in front of your eyes, a touchless video doorbell, super eye-friendly tablet displays, autonomous trucks and cars, backpacks with screens that can display emojis and so much more, the Consumer Electronics Show 2021 in underway in Las Vegas and as usual, it's wild.

Published in Home Tech

Every year, new phones, new CPUs, new everything arrives in the hope you’ll upgrade at some point, with WiFi getting a nice new upgrade to support ever faster speeds, with Netgear, Linksys, TP-Link, ASUS and others set to release 6E routers this year which uses the 6Ghz band that is "free of interference and congestion" - in 2021, at least!

Published in Home Tech

With a TV so much more than just a way to pick up free-to-air signals these days, and in 2021 brimming with smarts that allow streaming, gaming, access to apps, mirroring from devices and more, the news that LG's Smart TVs will Google's Stadia cloud gaming late this year is a natural and expected development.

Published in Home Tech

With new 5G smartphones using NXTVISION 2.0 screen tech, a new tablet using NXTPAPER screens delivering “one of the most advanced eye protection displays on the market”, multi-screen collaboration and more, TCL should have a very successful 2021.

Published in Home Tech

Hisense’s smart TV operating system interface is called VIDAA, and in its 2021 ULED TV models it is upgraded to VIDAA U5, dubbed as the fastest version yet, adding Google Assistant to the existing Amazon Alexa support, with select models to offer “hands-free” voice control, with new apps and streaming content coming including Kayo for sports lovers - and separately, Hisense TVs powered by Android are also coming.

Published in Entertainment

iTWire wishes all readers the most wonderful of Christmases and festive seasons, and the best and happiest New Year for 2021 possible.

Published in Home Tech

Telstra has announced that it has signed exclusive deals with unspecified companies to offer 5G smartphones to its customers in the first half of the year.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Imagine if your favourite sports event was presented in a totally 21st century, immersive broadcasting experience for viewers, with real-time data analysis and even more detailed information for coaches and players?

Published in Entertainment

Day one of CES Asia 2018 featured keynotes from industry pioneers, product launches, showcases in 5G connectivity, AI, augmented/virtual reality, vehicle tech and more, while I have included an interview and some videos I was able to record.  

Published in Home Tech

At CES 2018, Hisense announced that Australia would be the first country to receive Hisense-branded OLED TVs, for even though TV makers all have tech to compete against OLED panels, it's clearly worth offering an OLED choice to custsomers who want it.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 10 January 2018 08:30

Crucial claims new SSD highly energy-efficient

Crucial has released a new SSD at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and claims the new device, dubbed the MX500, is 45 times more energy efficient than a traditional hard drive.

Published in Hardware

Intel chief executive Brian Krzanich has avoided making any mention of his controversial sale of stock and options in a keynote at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, though he did touch on the two vulnerabilities found in most processors produced by the company he heads.

Published in Security

The Consumer Technology Association's annual report now includes streaming services, projected to contribute US$19.5 billion in revenue, with the full video of the presentation to the media available below.

Published in Home Tech

AMD's Ryzen processors were the talk of 2017, forcing Intel to finally respond in a significant way at long last, ending years of incrementalism, with AMD rising to the challenge with pedal to the metal for 2018 and beyond.

Published in Hardware

Whether you have a compatible iPhone, Samsung or other Qi-enabled wireless charging device, Belkin's bounty of new wireless chargers, to be unveiled at CES, should bob up on your radar. 

Published in Home Tech

LG's vision is to become a human-centred AI company, and it has put its ThinQing cap on with all of its 2018 devices to take on the new ThinQ branding.

Published in Development

Accenture's predictions for CES 2018 see blockchain changing business for the better, AI no longer so artificial, while 5G will set IoT alight

Published in Development
Friday, 22 January 2016 02:47

Oh, vroom! Ovum’s 10 trends from CES 2016

Yes, the auto industry is one of those ten trends, with Ovum’s Rob Gallagher sharing that and nine others set to give 2016 a ‘tech-tonic’ shift!

Published in Home Tech
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